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I coach CEOs of multimillion-dollar businesses—here’s what I wish more people did early in their careers

By | Liz Taxin Nemiroff |

In the past 20 years of my career, I’ve run many global teams at Fortune 500 companies. I know what it’s like to be the only female executive in the room.

Today, I coach CEOs at businesses ranging from startups to multimillion-dollar global corporations. And from what I’ve observed, no one takes the time to explain the “unwritten rules” of business and what it takes to get to the top.

Here’s one thing I wish more people did early in their careers: Learn how to nurture and navigate professional relationships.

The 3 relationships you need to advance your career

Networking is a lot more complex than you might think.

Between my colleagues, clients and friends, I have seen too many early- and mid-career workers hit a professional wall because they don’t understand the three most important types of relationships: mentors, advocates, and sponsors.

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